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Computer do not open camera

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Consider NOT connecting your camera to your computer.
The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.

Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use any photo cataloging program, such as Picasa.

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Try connecting camera to computer.
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If camera does not show then computer is not recognizing the connection, try different port o different cord, or different computer.

If camera icon shows, then right click on icon and select Open.
Navigate to images.
Drag and drop images into a folder.

While icon is still active.
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If it does not but does recognize the camera go to My computer or just computer where you can see the drives like C: and DVD drives look for the camera drive if you don't see it just click other drives until it opens the camera if it does not then its not recognizing it. If it opens click through each folder in it until you find the pictures copy them and paste them to your pictures folder on your computer.

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I understand that you wish to transfer images from the Camera to the Computer. Please connect the Camera to the computer.
  • For Windows based computer, the Camera will display under My Computer. You can open the drive which represents the Camera and copy the files to a folder in the Computer.
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Important notes
The computer communicates with cameras with photo softwares required installation. Photo software installed has to be compartible with the brand camera. Generic photo softwares installed on the computer can recognise any built-in cameras, camera connection attachements. Once, a photo software has been click opened, the features fucntionalities of capturing snap shots, editing, and saving are made possible from any available camera devcies. Built-in computer cameras have already installed softwares locatable on the menu programs task bars.

A separate camera used to acquire photos elswhere requires connections to the computer from which manipulations become possible. Any already existing photo media softwares would recognise to intergrate a camera connection. For the camera to function while connected to a computer would require the feature functions of an opened photo editing program.

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Need to know how to get images off of camera onto computer


First You need This Cable


Connect Your Digital Camera With Your Computer , Open lunaxp%20my%20computer.jpg My Computer

You Find This Icon disque-medias-amovibles-usb-icone-8319-128.png Open It

Copy Your Files To Your Computer

Congratulation !

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1st, try using another USB port. Some ports are only able to recognize something like a mouse, or speakers. 2nd, make sure that when you connect your camera to the USB cord, that your camera is off. Then, once connected, turn the camera on to 'AUTO'. This will force your computer to find a way to review the media on the device. It will do one of three things. It will open your Kodak Easyshare program, ask you what you would like to use to open the media (choose either your existing software or open with your computer's media software) or it will open a new page and show two or three folders with your photos inside.
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